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Mitochondria of Malaria Parasites as a Drug Target

By Kenji Hikosaka, Keisuke Komatsuya, Shigeo Suzuki and Kiyoshi Kita

Submitted: October 6th 2014Reviewed: August 18th 2015Published: December 2nd 2015

DOI: 10.5772/61283

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Kenji Hikosaka, Keisuke Komatsuya, Shigeo Suzuki and Kiyoshi Kita (December 2nd 2015). Mitochondria of Malaria Parasites as a Drug Target, An Overview of Tropical Diseases Amidou Samie, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/61283. Available from:

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